Tenn. Comp. R. & Regs. 0800-02-13-.04 - NOTIFICATION

(1) When the records of the Bureau reasonably indicate that an Employer, Employee, or other person or entity subject to the Workers' Compensation Law has or may have violated or failed to comply with the requirements of the Workers' Compensation Law or Bureau Rules and the Administrator or Administrator's Designee determines that a monetary civil penalty may be warranted by the facts and circumstances found during the investigation or inspection, a Bureau Employee shall notify the appropriate person or entity of the potential monetary civil penalty by any reasonable means. Failure to claim certified mail after attempted delivery is deemed to be delivery of the certified mail.
(2) The notification shall set out the basis of the proposed penalty and give the Employer, Employee, or other person or entity subject to a penalty the Bureau Employee contact person's name and address and the time within which to respond. The response may be to provide additional information that may alter or amend the proposed penalty and may include inquiry regarding settlement of and terms for paying a proposed penalty.

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Tenn. Comp. R. & Regs. 0800-02-13-.04
Original rule filed October 13, 2004; effective February 28, 2005. Amendment filed April 26, 2006; effective July 10, 2006. Amendments filed March 29, 2017; effective 6/27/2017.

Authority: T.C.A. §§ 50-6-102, 50-6-118, 50-6-125, 50-6-128, 50-6-205, 50-6-233, 50-6-237, 50-6-238, 50-6-244, 50-6-411, 50-6-412, 50-6-801, and Public Chapter 962 (2004).

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